Dagenham Draw

Omer Riza and Svetoslav Todorov grabbed the goals in West Ham's reserve draw against Dagenham and Redbridge on Wednesday night - while Joe Cole came through a 45 minute run out with no ill effects.
2,403 fans saw the Hammers take the lead with Svetoslav finishing a good move that involved Gary Charles on 17 minutes, while Omer's powerful drive in the second half looked to have sealed victory.
He has been on trial at St. Mirren recently, but returned to London for treatment to a slight injury.
The Daggers put West Ham under pressure early on, with former West Ham striker Danny Shipp involved in the action.
But West Ham took command to seal a half time lead.
Jermain Defoe, Adam Newton, and Ragnvald Soma all had second half efforts before a mix up involving the latter and Anwar Uddin let in Steve McGavin to make it 2-1.
The opposition had 12 men on the field for three minutes late in the game, after a novel substitution that saw them bring on five players to replace four - something that took the referee three minutes to spot.
Tony Lock made it 2-2 with a header from a corner, while the injured Broom, a West Ham fan, played the last two minutes.
Roger Cross took the side, which was:
Forrest, Charles, Minto, Byrne, Uddin, Soma, Newton, McCann, Todorov [Riza 45], Defoe, Cole [Britton 45].
Subs unused: Garcia, Clark, Johnson, Potts, Jackson.